Non-Store Retailing Market Investigated by Euromonitor in New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
29 Jan 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Different formats of stores are constantly evolving in the modern world. However, the selection of the right store format becomes more important than ever given 2009 world retail growth projections revised down to nearly 1%.
Discount concepts became more widespread across both traditional and online stores, whilst service concepts and tailored segmentation are gradually giving ground to other formats, which attract a larger amount of consumers.
The non-store retailing heavily relies on impulse media purchases, what urges retailers to provide customers with instant purchase options with certain advantages. The companies engaged in non-store retailing now make greater emphasis on the development of novel products for non-store retailing. The giant online trade companies have improved their price competitiveness through providing free products delivery, which is a subject to a minimum order price. Compared to store-based retailing, the delivery time remains to be the only disadvantage.
Presently, the USA, Japan and the UK take dominance in the world non-store market. At the same time, the internet expansion, the rising availability of online payments cards will contribute to the long-term growth of the market in developing regions.
New market research report “New concepts in Retailing: Non-Store” worked out by Euromonitor International Ltd offers an in-depth analysis of the world non-store retailing market. The comprehensive research study discusses the present situation within the market and offers the historical background overview, uncovers data on the market size and shape. It examines the emerging trends, sheds light on the vending innovations, comprises data on the main brands and analyses factors, shaping the global non-store retailing market. In addition, the new study investigates the consumers’ shopping patterns and retailing channels development, delves deep into the competitive landscape and gives detailed profiles of the key players operating within the non-store retailing market. Five-year forecasts for the market can also be found in the report.
New concepts in Retailing: Non-Store
Published: January, 2015
Price: US$ 1,200.00
More new research reports by the publisher can be found at Euromonitor International page.